TAPS moves 18 billionth barrel of crude
Since startup of pipeline in 1977, North Slope oil has put $145 billion in state coffers; Alyeska chief Tom Barrett nears retirement
On Dec. 6 the 18 billionth barrel of North Slope crude began moving down the trans-Alaska oil pipeline from Pump Station 1 at Prudhoe Bay to the port of Valdez — more than double what was originally projected.
Alyeska Pipeline Service Co., operator of the Trans Alaska Pipeline System, or TAPS, said....
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